Museums in Sevilla
Discover this defensive watchtower, dating from the time of the Almohads, which is famous for its golden reflection, as well as being the subject of a host of legends, and the present home of the Maritime Museum.
The Flamenco Dance Museum is Seville’s worthy tribute to the folkloric art of flamenco and is set in a beautiful town house in the Santa Cruz neighbourhood.
Bustling El Arenal neighbourhood, beloved by tourists and bullfighting enthusiasts, lies between Paseo de Colón, Calle Adriano and Calle Dos de Mayo.
La Esperanza de Triana is one of the most revered Lady of Sorrows in Seville. This image and symbol of Triana bears the dark features of an Andalusian woman.
No one’s immune to Seville’s charms. Both embrace the clichés and think outside the box for thousands of things to do on a romantic weekend in the city.
The Royal Alcázar of Seville has been one of the city’s greatest jewels since the tenth century, and the magnificent palace and gardens feature an array of styles.
The Seville Aquarium offers a chance to discover the world’s marine biodiversity following the route taken by Fernando de Magallanes on the first circumnavigation of the globe.
This avant-garde viewing point offers unique views over the city—but it has at the same time sparked numerous controversies. Find out why everyone is talking about the Metropol Parasol.
As an artistic and educational centre, CaixaForum Sevilla offers initiatives related to various art forms for the purpose of bringing all kinds of people in touch with culture.
The private residence of the Duke and Duchess of Alba opened its doors to the public in 2016, after five centuries of jealously guarding its art treasures and idyllic gardens.